Yes, I enjoyed this book.
Spoiler alert. I liked when they helped the great wizard escape.
He is a wonderful narrator with a gift for drawing you in, you can really hear all the different characters speaking.
Definitely! Has that sort of ending that tells you that there is more to come.
Seems to steal bits and pieces from other fantasy novels, especially, the grand masters, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, but, who doesn't?
A mighty tale of intrigue involving the mysterious murder of a king, an imprisoned ancient wizard, & a very pissed off dragon. All the action revolves around two enigmatic theives who always seem to land in the center of the action. Reluctant though they are, the rogues attempt to help their employers to sort out all their troubles, eventually thwarting the attempts the Church to keep kingdoms & rulers under their own control.
Overall I enjoyed this book enough to purchase the next one in the series. There were several moments in the book that were slow but Tim Reynolds pulled me through.
I'll admit upfront that I rarely read/listen to a fantasy book that I hate. But this series was exceptional - so much so that I finished it the first time and literally started over from the beginning a moment later. Yes, I'm leaving this review after 2 times through all three books in the series. The character development is phenomenal, the plot is gripping, and I feel like I need time to recover the loss of old friends before I move on to something new. Thank you, Mr Sullivan.